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Arts and Crafts

A few months ago I had an idea. No, seriously. I knew Shore Memorial Hospital, now Shore Medical Center, would be opening its new surgical pavilion soon. A great opportunity to feature great art. So I proposed that they have an art fundraiser, invite their most... read more

Maga-seen

ArtC is an ambitious project. The goals are many and we know we’ve only scratched the surface of what we want and intend to accomplish. However, professionally and creatively promoting the artists of south Jersey is, and always will be, our top priority. Besides... read more

Video Man

When I was asked last year by the Noyes Museum to do an exhibit at their gallery in Hammonton, I decided I would ask three south Jersey artists to let me interview and video them as they created a work of art for the exhibit. Invariably the response was, ‘You... read more

Revitalizing MIllville's Arts District

I read an article in the Press of Atlantic City this morning, ‘Firm proposes ways for downtown Millville merchants to boost business’ It made me angry. Evidently the Millville Development Corp is hiring a Merchantville consulting firm, JGSC, to help it... read more

Feasible!

The findings from the CRDA/ArtSpace Inc Pre-feasibility Study are in! And as was revealed at Dante Hall in Atlantic City last night, artist housing in Atlantic City is, well, feasible. And still a long way off. Three to five years is the current projection. The good... read more

Atlantic City Arts & Cultural District Coming Out Party

The arts are coming to Atlantic City. When and to what extent are still to be determined, but I’m finally convinced it will happen. The next step will take place Tuesday, June 28th, at Dante Hall in Atlantic City. That’s when the Casino Reinvestment &... read more

Why ArtC ?

Does the world really need another arts organization? Does south Jersey? These are the questions I’ve been asking myself. I tried to avoid doing this. I really did. Every time I saw an arts organization that I thought could use my help, I graciously offered my... read more